Chole is responsible for owning the credit line of products. He is focused on discovering new options, features and functionalities to enhance those solutions for clients and their consumers.
While avoiding chip cards can seemingly keep transaction speeds lightening-like, the cost of such behavior can be fraud.
Product Manager, Credit
As more debit cards are upgrade to EMV chips, it is important to understand merchants’ roles in the transaction process.
Product Manager, Debit
Dual interface card transactions declined due to CVV mismatches are not a result of the issuers’ or processors’ actions.
One of the first key steps in preparing for the ATM EMV switchover this October is educating consumers on how to use their EMV chip cards at ATMs.
Meeting MasterCard’s EMV ATM liability shift of October 1 starts with getting the right hardware and software in place.
Patience is key as the U.S. continues to roll out EMV technology.
Merchants that haven’t upgraded to EMV technology should plan to do so as soon as possible.
The migration to EMV chip cards has been a positive experience for some and a less-than-ideal experience for others. Because EMV in the U.S. is still in its early stages, there are many kinks to iron out.
Visa’s Quick Chip and MasterCard’s M/Chip Fast give FIs another arrow in their quiver as they woo remaining EMV doubters into embracing the technology.